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Developing a Signature Dish

Developing a Signature Dish

Developing a signature dish is a great way to gain interest in your restaurant. Not only do you get people wanting to make at booking at your res...
Appealing to Off Peak Customers

Appealing to Off Peak Customers

A great way to maximize the profitability of your restaurant is to appeal to customers outside of your peak times. Although many restaurants find...
Affordable Ways to Make Your Festive Menu Appealing

Affordable Ways to Make Your Festive Menu Appealing

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SERVING UTENSILS

SERVING UTENSILS

  TABLE SETTING GUIDE Serving utensils come in a variety of configurations to cut, spear, scoop, grasp, spread, strain, and transfer food from ...
How Can You Tell if Stainless Steel is Good Quality? (Try this test!)

How Can You Tell if Stainless Steel is Good Quality? (Try this test!)

This week, we’re taking a look at stainless steel cookware. Stainless is supposed to be one of the best and safest forms of cookware, but as I’ve...
TABLE SETTING TERMS

TABLE SETTING TERMS

  COVER Space allotted the diner on which tableware is placed. CUTLERY Eating utensils with a cutting edge, such as steak knives. DINNERWARE A ...
What are CUPS and how they differ from Mugs

What are CUPS and how they differ from Mugs

TABLE SETTING GUIDE The cup is made in seven sizes, each with a different volume capacity: Breakfast cup; Mug; Teacup; Coffee cup; Chocolate ...
What are Bowls and how they differ from sizes and styles

What are Bowls and how they differ from sizes and styles

  TABLE SETTING GUIDE There are three basic types of bowls: Soup Bowls (with or without handles) Finger Bowls (to rinse fingertips) Ramekins (...
TABLE SETTING

TABLE SETTING

GENERAL TABLE SETTING GUIDELINES The lower edges of the utensils should be aligned with the bottom rim of the plate, about one (1) inch up from the...
FORMAL TABLE SETTING

FORMAL TABLE SETTING

THE FORMAL TABLE SETTING To avoid clutter, the general rule for any table setting is to include no more than three utensils on either side of the d...
SERVEWARE

SERVEWARE

TABLE SETTING GUIDE Serveware comes from the Latin service, "to serve," and the Anglo-Saxon waru, meaning "special merchandise." It is an incl...
PURCHASING GLASSWARE

PURCHASING GLASSWARE

  TABLE SETTING GUIDE Before purchasing a set of glassware, consider the following. HOW OFTEN WILL YOUR STEMWARE BE USED The host who entertain...
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